The History of Londonderry, Comprising the Towns of Derry and Londonderry, N. H.

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Perkins and Whipple, 1851 - Derry (N.H. : Town) - 358 pages
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Page 6 - of distinguished courage and professional skill, but rapacious and profane, of violent temper, and of obdurate heart, who has left a name which, wherever the Scottish race is settled on the face of the globe, is mentioned with a peculiar energy of hatred. To recapitulate all the crimes by which this

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